Atenolol - Chlorthal 50 -25

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Chester Says:

I took my prescription @ 3:25 . I went to the to pick up my current prescription I forgot I had already taken it and took another dose.

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Chester Says:

Will that affect me a lot or about the same as if I forgot to take it?

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Verwon Says:

Did you end up having any problems?

Doubling up may result in your blood pressure and heart rate dropping too low, which could result in severe dizziness, drowsiness and sedation.

Learn more Atenolol details here.

Learn more Chlorthalidone details here.

The higher amount of Chlorthalidone could also cause dehydration, so you should take in some extra water to be safe.

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danman Says:

my wife took my 50gm atenolol instead of her pharmapres is ther any danger to her health

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Marilee Bertin Says:

I took one pill of Atenolol Chlorthalidone 50/25 about 9am this morning, Then I supposed to take other pill for Synroid 25mcg for thyroid about after 5pm, But I took mistake pill of Atenolol instead of Synroid About 8 hours apart, So I need to know if any danger situation ? Let me know, Thanks !

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